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Bernie Brillstein Sad Tale of John Belushi’s Last Days

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:44 min | 6 hrs ago

Bernie Brillstein Sad Tale of John Belushi’s Last Days

"We're sitting at the palm one day and my manager is telling him, hey, this is my man AJ, we got a lot of things planned and gossiped and TV show that and Bernie was listening. As he's picking food off the plate, and I said to him, can I ask you about John Belushi? And my manager Howard, you know, kind of kicking my knee under the table as if to say, come on, come on. No, no, no. But I could tell Bernie would be cool. And he said to me, yeah, kid, what do you want to know? And before I could ask a pointed question, Bernie launched into how difficult it was at the end to manage John the addict. Not the talent. To manage the addict. And one story stick stuck with him forever. And you could sense it when he told the story. It was kind of, I guess, customary for managers back then to well, maybe John asked him whatever, but Bernie had kept a bunch of money in his safe that John had earned, and he kept a bunch of it in a safe, so John wouldn't waste it on shit. He was looking out for him. And at one point, during his really crazy, hazy drug days, he visited Bernie and he wanted that money from the safe. He asked for 1500 bucks in cash, and Bernie said, no, no, I'm not going to give it to you, John. You're going to waste it you're going to blow it on drugs, bullshit. You got a lot of things happening. You got a movie script. You got two movies waiting for you. There was a movie he wanted him to make called the joy of sex. There was the fatty arbuckle movie and Bernie was thinking about all that money coming in. And 1500 bucks on a Friday night or whatever the fuck it was. No, that could be a bunch of problems. But John kept bugging him. It's my money, Bernie. It's my money, Bernie. I'm not going to give you the money. You're going to use it on drugs, John. But eventually, he relented and as he said to me, what can I do? It's his money. He earned it. How could I keep it from him? So he relented and later that day he gave Belushi the cash and the rest is history. He spent that money on a bunch of drugs, cocaine and heroin, and that's how he died later at the chateau marmont. Injecting a speedball into his arm. So Bernie always felt somewhat responsible for that death.

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Kari Lake's Stolen Election

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 8 hrs ago

Kari Lake's Stolen Election

"The Maricopa County board of supervisors continue to meet the Maricopa County board of supervisors, is doing their own presentation right now after public comment and just one of the people that testified today was a poll worker and he said just in the span of one hour in one hour, 525 people were disenfranchised. One hour. In one hour, 525 people did not have the ability to cast their ballot. Just in one hour. By the way, we have examples that have emailed us of people that have said I voted in every election since 1981, I did not get a chance to vote. This last election, because the lines, because I couldn't find a parking space, a created traffic jam, backlog, clogging of the plumbing by the Maricopa County supervisors. So you just do some very basic math, so there's 223 voting centers in Maricopa County. Polling places were open for 12 hours. So if you just say roughly out of 223 voting centers, if there were more or less, 18 people per hour, 18, that's at 18 people per hour that were deterred by the lines and didn't put their ballot through and promised to come back. Just 18 people per hour per voting center that is 44,000 600 people. That very well might have been disenfranchised.

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Why the Crypto Contagion of 2022 Eventually Hit Genesis

Unchained

01:53 min | 9 hrs ago

Why the Crypto Contagion of 2022 Eventually Hit Genesis

"Let's just start with where we're at at the time of this recording, which is that the collapse of FTX and Alameda may be knocking over another domino or two. Namely, probably at this point, the crypto lender genesis. At the time of recording, it has not filed bankruptcy, and I'll just add the word yet. And in fact, The Wall Street Journal quotes a genesis spokesperson is saying our goal is to resolve the current situation consensually without the need for any bankruptcy filing. Genesis continues to have constructive conversations with creditors. So additionally, The Wall Street Journal reported that genesis had reached out to binance which declined and to private equity giant Apollo for either investment or to bid on their loan book. Okay, so knowing that this episode will come out next week. What do you think is most likely to happen with genesis and also to its parent company DCG? If you don't want to make a projection, maybe just talk about how you're thinking about contagion and crypto lending in general. Who wants to start? I'm going to just volunteer Michael. Okay. Michael. Good luck. Predicting one plus week into the future in this current market environment. Oh gosh. Well, I think it's interesting that we've seen complete silence on the DCG side. I think that the thing that we saw that was different with Alameda was Sam was actively tweeting. It was kind of crazy how actively used tweeting. And so I think when I think of what you should look for, it's who's not saying anything. And I've asked my friend to possibly be working on the financing what's going on. And the people who are working on it are dead silent. You can see their telegram. They haven't responded with it. They've been telegram in two days. That means they're all night working. So there's something going on in the background that there are. There is some type of financing trying to be done. It would take a traditional finance lender to step in here.

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Tim Tebow Opens Up With a Fun and Odd Story About Cocoa Puffs

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 11 hrs ago

Tim Tebow Opens Up With a Fun and Odd Story About Cocoa Puffs

"His name is Tim Tebow, and it's always a joy to have him on the program. Tim, welcome back. I appreciate it. How you doing, man? I'm doing all right. You're always busy doing wonderful things. You have a new book out called the one year devotional mission possible. I love that title. It's a 365 day devotional of inspiration. You have always been an inspiring figure, even before you were saying very much publicly, just when you were playing college football, you have this desire in you to inspire people. And the first thing I want to ask you before we talk about the book is do you remember as a kid when that happened or were you always like that even as a little kid? Because that's just a beautiful value and I remember when I just knew you as somebody playing college football, I thought there's just something beautiful about somebody who actually cares to inspire other people that he hasn't met or maybe we'll never meet. Well, I think I had two amazing examples in my mom and my dad that actually influence was something that they talked about all the time with us that every day you have a chance to impact the people you're around and if God gives you a big platform or it gives you a small platform whatever it is we all have the chance to influence and I remember as a very young boy we were in public and we were walking by the Nile and I put in a bad cereal. I believe it was cocoa puffs and then a dad in his son came up and said, hey my son, he saw you and I was only a few years older playing sports, but I was still young and he saw you and you were his hero and he put cocoa puffs and I was like, oh man, I knew I just impacted him in a bad way because that's obviously not a good thing for you and my mom used it as a learning lesson is look. You know, you're only and I don't even remember I was young and before I was even in high school and I had influence and how it impacted people and she just always talk about the ripple effects of all of our decisions

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Embiid returns from injury, powers 76ers past Hawks 104-101

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 12 hrs ago

Embiid returns from injury, powers 76ers past Hawks 104-101

"Well then basically the final 1376 is points in the fourth quarter to help Philadelphia for a one O four one O one win and basic consecutive baskets to give the sixers a one point lead with 18 seconds to play. It then had three straight free throws that sealed the victory. I just wanted to come in and fit in and, you know, whenever I was needed, that's when I felt like I needed to turn it off. And they'd finished with a game high 30 points to buy as Harris at a 24 Trae Young and Deandre hunter had 18 for Atlanta. Michael luongo, Philadelphia.

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How Republicans have reacted so far to Trump's dinner with white nationalist Nick Fuentes

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 14 hrs ago

How Republicans have reacted so far to Trump's dinner with white nationalist Nick Fuentes

"Mike Pence is calling on Trump to apologize for some recent dinner guests. I'm Lisa dwyer. A growing number of Republicans, including former vice president Mike Pence, are criticizing Donald Trump for dining with a Holocaust denying white nationalist and the rapper formerly known as Kanye West. Pence says that the former president demonstrated profoundly poor judgment when he met last week at his Mar-a-Lago club with west who is now known as Yi, as well as Nick Fuentes, a far right activist with a long history of making anti semitic and white nationalists remarks. Trump has said he did not know who Fuentes was before the meeting, but has so far refused to denounce his views.

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We May See a Slow Grind Into Christmas

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

02:07 min | 14 hrs ago

We May See a Slow Grind Into Christmas

"There has been a number of these relatively slow days over the last couple of weeks. And today is yet another with the entire days trading range being that of, let me tell you. 1.2%. That's how much it has moved since the market opened very, very, very slow day, indeed. And look, in all honesty, we may see a real slow grind into Christmas. So look, in saying that, I mean, I only talking about what I'm seeing on the charts right now. What I'm seeing on the charts right now is a market in a consolidation. We've got some support down around roughly speaking, 15,467. I know that's not very roughly, but that's the region that I'm looking at. We've got two tests of support at the year's lows. That is the years lows of 2022. The current lows in this bear market. And what I'm seeing is not a great deal of enthusiasm to the long side or the short side at the moment, yesterday Bitcoin closed down 1.27%. And that represented a pretty decent move considering the day before closed down .17. .36 is over before that, the day before, that .46 and the day before that was .03%. So to give you some perspective since the 24th of November highs, we have come off to our current position 3%. It's not doing a great deal. Second to that today's candles. On the lower time frames and the best chart to look at really, if you want to see what confusion looks like, is the one hour on Bitcoin. It's really terrible. We had a candle this morning at 3 o'clock this morning that was pretty much the entire what was yesterday's range, but the entire of yesterday's range was 2.43% from high to low or so from low to high. And since then we've just been down. We've been up. There's no simplicity. There's no trend there. So what do we do when the markets get like this? Well, the bottom line is we look for opportunity.

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Donald Trump, And Poor Judgement

The Officer Tatum Show

01:18 min | 15 hrs ago

Donald Trump, And Poor Judgement

"Does the kid come out and say some things that I agree with? Yeah, of course. He's not a dummy. He asks a little bit of a little bit charisma and he's like a broken clock. He's right twice a day. But when you talk about the sentiment of somebody like that, you're thrusting this ideology onto president Trump and the left is running away with it. Wait till they begin to come closer to the election. They're not going to say that Trump accidentally met with this guy. They already said, just like Trump said he didn't know who David duke was. They're saying he claimed he didn't know who Nick Fincher was, which Trump probably did not know who Nick Francis was, but it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter if he knew or not. I want us to understand that. It doesn't matter. It's the fact that your call with a racist. And you can say all you want, we believe it, but they're going to methodically just break away at the fabric of the rest of the people in the country. And it's going to make Trump look even more of a racist. You know, that's just like somebody meet with a pedophile. Well, I didn't know that. I didn't know that I don't know who's a big pedophile out there. Don't want to kill themselves. Jeffrey Epstein. Nobody cares that you were on an airplane with Jeffrey esteem and you didn't know who he was. You were on a plane with Jeffrey Epstein.

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Bahamas AG Defends Its Crypto Savvy in Wake of FTX Crash

The Breakdown

01:53 min | 15 hrs ago

Bahamas AG Defends Its Crypto Savvy in Wake of FTX Crash

"To sum up where we left off, the last non interview show was Saturday November 19th. At that point, we had discussed how the $420 million meme raise went directly into Sam's pockets, how Sam's white collar crime lawyers had fired him as a client, how the SEC, the CFTC, and the DoJ all said their investigating, and how new CEO chief overseeing the restructuring John ray claimed that the bahamian bankruptcy was at odds with the U.S. process and further that given that The Bahamas asked for FTX to transfer some assets to them after the chapter 11 bankruptcy was declared that they might actively be compromised as well. And this gets us to one of the stranger dimensions of this whole conflict, which is the international dimension. On Sunday Night, Ryan pinder, who's The Bahamas attorney general, as well as the senator and the minister for legal affairs, made a national address detailing the nation's view of the FTX collapse. One might hope that he would use this as a chance to denounce the fraudulent practices that the company perpetuated. But, alas. That is not what we saw. Instead, pinder characterized the collapse as a quote insolvency crisis, which has been, quote, experienced around the world in practically every sector. He claimed the case should be properly understood as a quote very large business failure as a result of questionable internal management practices and corporate governance. He viewed the catalyst of the FTX collapse as the exchange suffering a liquidity crunch or a run on the bank. And of course, we've seen this framing in media sources as well. Basically blaming binance CEO CZ for instigating a bank run on a competitor and treating the collapse as a normal corporate failure rather than asking why FTX failed to be able to service customer withdrawals, especially given that their terms of service laid out the customer funds were held on trust rather than used for other purposes. Now, sidebar, this is one of the most important things to be paying attention to right now. As relating this entire situation. It is extremely clear that Sam is trying to turn this story his FTX story into one of managerial and competence rather than fraud and deception. This is to be clear another lie.

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Kanye West and Nick Fuentes Meet With Former President Trump

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:23 min | 16 hrs ago

Kanye West and Nick Fuentes Meet With Former President Trump

"So Kanye West visited the president Trump and he brought man named Nick Fuentes. I was not familiar with him prior to this. And my belief has always been that there is a special place in hell, and I believe in hell. For the people who deny the Holocaust. You have to be a particularly vile human being for your contempt for truth. And you're loathing of the Jews. I hesitate to even say that there is no more documented event of which I am aware. Than the Holocaust. You know, when I first heard that there were people who denied it happened I remember a guy called my show and actually said that. Many, many years ago. And I didn't yell at him, all I said was, so I assume that you'll call up a talk show now and say that no slaves were no slavery took place. That, in fact, the blacks came from Africa on cruise ships. He said, no, no, no, I would never say that. Said, why not? That's the same denying slavery is the same as denying the Holocaust. It's so, but it's interesting. They don't deny slavery. So that's why it's clear that it's clear that there's a hatred of Jews. Involved, but the hatred of truth is even more dangerous in some ways than the hatred of Jews. But the hatred of truth always leads to evil. That Kanye West brought this low life is vile creature to the white, not The White House. Tomorrow Lago. Is doesn't speak well for Kanye West. That he even associates with Nick Fuentes gives you an idea of the low level to which he has sunk.

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The History of Judicial Review

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 16 hrs ago

The History of Judicial Review

"So did judicial review is an implied power And a lot of people libertarians and others will say well kind of but you know in the states this state that state there judicial review And of course England had levels of I'm not talking about inferences and implications I'm talking about our history And so judicial review became increasingly powerful from about 1820 to 1860 Now one of the judicial review decisions in the 1850s that overthrew a federal law you may have heard of it dred Scott It wasn't a very good decision Was it America But there you had Supreme Court review judicial review And in that decision the Supreme Court essentially effectively Upheld slavery Now what about the lower courts The federal district courts and the circuit courts in the constitution They're not in the constitution They're created by Congress under the authority of the constitution So every single federal district court in every single circuit AKA appellate court is created by Congress So judicial review is implied The district courts and the circuit courts didn't exist They had to be created by acts of Congress And yet there is that language in the constitution of black and white About the state legislatures The siding On the electors

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How Many People Were Disenfranchised on Election Day?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:21 min | 17 hrs ago

How Many People Were Disenfranchised on Election Day?

"Cut 24. How many people were disenfranchised on 11 8 in Arizona? Will Bill Gates and Stephen Richards say that everything was perfect. It actually said it was an extremely well run election. Play cut 24. Ladies and gentlemen of the board supervisors, I was a poll worker and what I will say that I've seen is voters this cycle have, in fact, been disenfranchised because we as poll workers were not taught how to check out voters at our poll centers. And then at my poll center, where we literally had at 7 p.m. on election day, 675 people waiting in line of 675 do you know how many came in? A 150, 675 to a 150. Yet your leaders at the Maricopa County supervisors are aggressively and incessantly telling you it was an extremely well run election. That's 500 disenfranchised voters. That we know of at one polling place at one period of time. It really makes you wonder how many people in the valley wanted to vote that day. But couldn't.

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Jack Posobiec Shares His Take on the Arizona Midterm Disaster

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:21 min | 17 hrs ago

Jack Posobiec Shares His Take on the Arizona Midterm Disaster

"Us as Jack posobiec Jack. Welcome to the program. I want to talk China with you, Jack. But first, your thoughts on Maricopa County looks like they're about to certify Jack, you or our co-pilot throughout the entire saga with us. That will go down in the history books, your thoughts, Jack. Well, Charlie, I'll just say this, if what happened in Maricopa County had happened in Fulton county, Georgia, you would have had Stacey Abrams and the NAACP and everyone else from MSNBC to CNN, the entire litany coming out, demanding an investigation of what went wrong and they'd be calling it voter suppression and to be calling it duly so, Charlie, you noted it. The day before talking about long lines, potential traffic jams that we saw, people waiting for hours, people turned away. It's clearly voter suppression. It is the textbook definition of voter suppression. And for them to simply refuse to acknowledge it, flies in the face of everything that we saw that day, everything that I saw even as someone who's coming from outside of Arizona, that's not the way that elections ought to be held in the United States. And by the way, if we're going to say that we stand with the people of China in their calls for freedom, then we ought to also make sure that we don't be hypocrites because we have to look at our own system and pull out what the splinter in our own eye.

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Donald Trump Has Dinner With Kanye West, Nick Fuentes at Mar-a-Lago

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 17 hrs ago

Donald Trump Has Dinner With Kanye West, Nick Fuentes at Mar-a-Lago

"But that said I'm getting all these emails and texts from friends and foes Alike foes I don't know how they get my contact information And the big story for the last several days has been Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago Nothing new with that right By the way he's the ex-president But there's always a 5 alarm fire when it comes to the median other people when it comes to Donald Trump I don't quite get it But here we are And of course you know Kanye West and somebody named Nick Fuentes Well honestly I never heard of before Let alone saw what he looked like We're at Mar-a-Lago And met with president Trump for lunch I think Kanye West and president Trump go back a ways Nick Fuentes the president said he didn't know that the guy was and I remind him before And Kanye West who wanted to see president Trump brought him and apparently a few other people with him And president Trump put out a statement stating an I paraphrase that Kanye West is troubled and he wanted to talk to him That he had treated him well so he agreed to meet with him and spoke to him Now Kanye West is a reprobate He is now at least and out of the closet Jew hating anti semite And come to learn this Nick Fuentes is the same And a Holocaust denier and a white supremacist

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Chris Kohls Reviews His Favorite 'Indiana Jones' Movie

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:13 min | 18 hrs ago

Chris Kohls Reviews His Favorite 'Indiana Jones' Movie

"Move on to the third and final movie in the Indiana Jones trilogy, which is, of course, the Holy Grail. You say this is the one that you enjoy the most because it's the most humorous. Yep, I can watch this. If it comes on television, I'll just keep watching it. I mean, who doesn't love the moment where Indy throws the guy off of the plane and turns to everybody else or the blimp, sorry? In terms of everybody else and just goes, no ticket. And everybody just pulls their tickets out like crazy. I mean, there's so many moments like that in this movie. And it really is, I mean, this is and you got Sean Connery as his father, what perfect casting, the man who inspired Indiana Jones. Allegedly he didn't want to take the role because there's only like 13 or 14 years between them and he didn't want to play his dad. Well, some people, I mean, you and I are the same age and you look like you could be my dad. Who invited this guy? I mean, seriously. I give him a platform. I give him 3 million listeners. I give him some credibility and he sits there and he just is on. Hey, what did I call you at the beginning of the show? I said, this is the Han Solo to my Luke Skywalker.

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Which Is the Best 'Indiana Jones' Movie?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:52 min | 18 hrs ago

Which Is the Best 'Indiana Jones' Movie?

"While we play our final cut from raiders as we move on to the temple of doom, talk to me. Which is your favorite. Yeah, well I was going to ask you here. So for me, I love grail, I find temple, you know, when kids are being whipped to kind of like, you know, Spielberg, George, what are you doing here? And raiders is just perfection. I mean, raiders, as you said, it's just, it's like a symphony, the pieces just fit together. So raiders is the one. Let me answer it this way. Raiders is the one I could watch whenever. I mean, there's no time I would not want to watch it. I wouldn't say the same about temple, for example. How about you? No, I don't understand. There are some people who temple of doom. That is their favorite indie film. And I personally, I don't get it. Because the creeps. There's value here. I mean, there's a lot of value in this movie. Apparently the chase in the cars or whatever they were, the mine cars. This was supposed to be in the first film. They couldn't figure out manage had to work it in. Well, they ran out of money and time. Is that what happened? Yeah. Yeah, yeah. They may have just written my entire film, they may have just written this entire film around that one stunt, you know, thinking, oh, this is cool. What are we going to do around this? But it does sort of harken back to those old cereals. We're back in the day. So there is something valuable about it. It did. There was a lot of copying of this kind of theme in the 80s. You saw a lot of other properties using this kind of theme after this. And it was a little creepy for sure. For me, last crusade is the funniest one. And therefore, that's the one I can watch the most often. Because I can watch anything with comedy over and over again. As long as I forget the jokes.

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Who Is Nick Fuentes?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:33 min | 18 hrs ago

Who Is Nick Fuentes?

"Jake, let's first talk about Nick Fuentes. Would you know Nick Fuentes? And by the way, I've condemned the president meeting with him. I know about him because he's harassed Ben Shapiro for years, anti semitic white supremacist, not the 24 years old. Would you know him if you bumped into him on a train? I would, yes, because I've seen him in media coverage in recent in the last couple of years. I might recognize him now before this I've only seen him harassing Ben Shapiro and crosswalks and saying his vile disgusting things. Do you think president Trump has any staff at all down there that vets whoever comes in to Mar-a-Lago? It's a public restaurant. And I know Kanye is himself a menace to civil discourse, but do you think he would have known it was Nick Fuentes? I have no idea Ben Shapiro had an interesting tweet, which I thought was pretty apt, which was basically he said. I'm going to miss I'm not going to misquote because I got to pull it up. He said, a good way to act a good way to not accidentally dine with a vile racist and anti semite, you don't know, is not to dine with a vile racist. I said, you do know. That's well put. And Kanye has gone there now and really flying the full freak flag on Jews, but the Nick Fuentes has been there a long time. I'm just wondering as a litmus test, whether or not people know who he is. They will now. But I just can't understand not having a team of people to vet the people who walk in to Mar-a-Lago.

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Sebastian and Chris Kohls Talk Spielberg's 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 18 hrs ago

Sebastian and Chris Kohls Talk Spielberg's 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'

"We go on, you mentioned you got very entertained last week or you entertained yourself by porkins, one of the Star Wars characters, who is in raiders, right? Easy. Oh yeah, he is. Of course he is. At the beginning, in the college, one of the government agents. One of the men from the ministry from the defense ministry Department of Defense. That's poor kids. I didn't even that never clicked until this moment. That's amazing. Didn't either of you ever go to Sunday school? And that guy's face is colleagues face. It looks like he's eating a lemon when he asks. Such a superb scene. I mean, just the chalkboard, the headpiece of the staff of ra, and then he opens the book and magically, that book with 2000 pages opens on the page with a picture of the ARP, right? Just happens to open on that page and you know what, that's the great thing about those movies. I've never thought about how a magical moment that is until just now. It definitely occurs to me that that was weird. But, you know, back then, in the 80s, that was kind of how things were done. You just did things for convenience sometimes, but I'm watching this documentary how they made it. They put so much work into it. They really loved the craft of filmmaking. You know what's interesting about raiders in that documentary I watched Steven Spielberg says that George Lucas wrote Raiders of the Lost Ark based on his own actual beliefs about what happened to the ark. He wrote an adventure story around his own research about the ark believing that the ark is available to be discovered somewhere. Well, there is a theory that it is in Ethiopia. Have you followed that? Graham Hancock's book, there is a church in Ethiopia that says they have the ark and every year once a year, they bring it out and they have a parade, but it is covered in only one man is ever allowed into the sanctum. Are you familiar with? I am, yeah, yeah, I've read about this, yeah. All right.

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"wells" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"wells" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"We are broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheart media as well as t. in southern california on. Abc news talk. How you doing today junior. I'm i'm feeling good tuesday. And you're starting to get that that mid week little slump but I'm actually feeling good today. Is that a real thing the mid week slump. I think it is for me because And you know just as just personally for me. I feel like my week gets busier as i get towards the end of the week. So this one. I start to like. I'm like okay. Hold on i gotta start to regroup and get ready for the business. But maybe it's not a slump. Maybe it's just more of this is when i started like get my anxiety going. It's there maybe slop was the bad word for me now. No no no. There's always lots to do. That's for sure i sleep. Stay really busy every day Yeah so i mean we all do right. Monday's kind of like my sunday. Because i work on sunday. Yeah tuesday for me. It's kind of like a monday. I guess everybody else so little off. I'm hearing a song there. My sundays let mondays or like my sundays. Are so this country. Somebody that's right. Well we've got a fantastic show. Dan i don't even know where that came from. My gosh but you know i. I love a little tomfoolery. Everyday it just keeps. That could be a good song. -sconsin when we've got sean wells with us the whole hour today. I'm going to introduce them here in a second. You're gonna love it. We're talking about today. he went to peru on a trip and he experienced plant based medicine. I believe for the first time. Let me introduce them and say hello. I sean how you doing today. I am here in accounted for Ready for i'm ready for the the weekend or the weekday non swamp. Well i need to take a big deep breath. Because i need to read your bio and it's a long one so let me get started for those of you just now. Listening have never heard sean wells before. You're in for a treat. He's been on the show for many many years starting back in the day You know going back. We've been on the air ten years now. I think sean you came in at what year one year a year. One and a half is what. I'm trying to say your year to something like that. But sean wells' is amazing. He is an h. L. d. n. r. d. c. iss n. f. I asked us n. a..

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"wells" Discussed on Criminormal Activity

Criminormal Activity

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"wells" Discussed on Criminormal Activity

"Over 1100 searchers have gone out and searched over 4.6 miles or 7.4 kilometers, all around the wells property. Roughly 14,000 hours have been spent searching for something. Anything. The FBI child abduction rapid deployment card team was even brought into assist in this case. So they've literally got anyone and everyone out that they can, they're searching by land, water, air, they've got dogs, everyone, and they have found not a trace of summer. Anywhere. Which tells me that she definitely did not wander off either. Because if she had in all of this space around the property, there would have been something to find. A piece of clothing, what have you, especially after three months? And remember, this area is full of wildlife in the terrain is just rugged as all hell. The searchers were having a difficult time with it. We're talking experienced personnel who are getting sick from the heat, they're passing out, they're getting hurt, all of that. Now imagine a 5 year old out there by herself. They're being absolutely nothing tells me that she did not wander off on her own. It's just very, very unlikely in my opinion. And it just makes this case even more bizarre. Where is she? Donald wells actually stated at one point that he feels bad for those out there searching for summer because of the conditions. He doesn't believe she's in the area anymore at this point. Remember, he and his wife were firm on the fact that summer has been taken by someone. But he does understand that they have to search out in the Woods. It's just part of the investigation. Now we are going to backtrack a little bit here. We are going to go back to October 2020. So not too far. It was during this time that Candice filed for a protective order against Donald. She said that she was afraid for the safety of her and her children, which wow. This stopped me in my tracks when I found this. I honestly was not expecting that. On the 14th of October, 2020, deputies responded to a domestic assault situation, at the home of Candice, Donald wells and their four children. Donald was charged with.

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"wells" Discussed on Criminormal Activity

Criminormal Activity

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"wells" Discussed on Criminormal Activity

"Hello. I am back for round two this week. I am so excited to get to make two episodes this week. So I'm thinking maybe every now and then I might just hit you guys with a surprise episode here and there and yeah. So you never know. You might get an extra episode every now and then. This episode is to make up for the one that I missed when I was sick. I finally had the time to sit down and do double the research, so you are getting that makeup episode right now. You guys just got episode 8 and hopefully I can get this one out, recorded, edited, all of that. By tonight, if not Friday, I really want this out before the weekend if I can get it to you. Now I'm going to hit you with the bad news right off the bat. This is a child case. However, there isn't anything graphic involved. This is a missing person's case, but the fact that it does involve a child could make some people uncomfortable, so I wanted to let you guys know that right at the top this case is still unsolved and like the last episode is very recent and doesn't have a ton of information. Like last episode, all we know is what apparently happened what's been done so far and that's about it. There's just not a lot. But in this case, there's definitely some contradictory things happening that you can go back and forth with all day. When I was doing the research on this case, there was an update as of just 8 hours previous. It wasn't much of an update as all it said was there were no updates, but I guess an update is an update? And the word update officially has no more meaning at this point. Anyways, let's get to the disappearance of summer wells. Summer moon Utah wells is her full name. She is from rogersville, Tennessee. And I want to start off by talking a little bit about summer and telling you who she is, according to her family. To start, she is very young, she is only 5 years old. But she is just a little ball of fire, according to her family. She is absolutely the boss of everyone, especially her three older brothers. She loved spending time with them and gave them a run for their money every chance she got. Summer was a tomboy at heart and loved to play in the mud and get dirty and just be a kid. She also had a softer side to her, though. She loved to play dress up, especially dress up as princess Elsa, from frozen, and she loved to dance around the house with her dad. She would tell her dad to hold her hands and twirl her around, and her dad said that she would ask for this until his arms hurt. Which is just precious. Now we are at Tuesday, June 15th, 2021. That's right. Literally three months ago. 5 year old summer is outside her home this afternoon. She is planting flowers with her mom and grandmother, which is.

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"wells" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"wells" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"Far into the experience of the bachelor world did someone pull you aside and go in your really pretty funny. We wanna use you in other ways. Listen this chick doesn't like you but we like you so maybe we can figure out a way to Keep this relationship going. It wasn't like that it wasn't like they sat me down. And we're like the bigwigs overhead. Hollywood think that you're gonna be a stock. Ed so we're gonna make you one it wasn't it didn't work that way How it went down was on the bachelorette I was. I got the first group date rose and so when that happens they don't care about you for the rest of the week because there's no storyline with you anymore because you've already got a rose so i noticed like no cameras. Were following me around. No one wanted to do interviews me solid. I'm gonna get trashed. So i would make drinks for myself and the next person who got a one on one. Roses was my buddy derek. Pay and i was like. Here's the rule if you get a rose before a rose ceremony you have to get drunk with me on my famous bashes and so we started this weird thing. Where if you've got like middle of the week roses you got to get An old fashioned from me and everyone started saying that like wells result. Fashions are really good and making them kind of for everybody. and so. that's kind of how the bartender thing. I think i started. I was a bartender in college. And mike when i was at a college moonlighting gonna radio station those also waiting tables and bartending and you know trying to make ends meet so i knew what i was doing and then And then they wanted me to come to paradise. And i was like i don't i don't want to go on that show like i. My career in radio was was doing very well me going on the bachelorette in the first place was kind of a bit Like i didn't i. It was more of like i just got dum single. This'll be funny to talk about. Like who knows is going to happen. I mean ended up being like a really fun experience and one that i'm so thankful i did but i remember them wanting me to paradise smells like i don't wanna do that show at that time. The show was kind of considered in bachelor nation. Kind of trashy. Because they'd only done. I think two seasons of it alison glenn. It'd be the bartender and you know they were like well. We have a bartender. And i said okay. Well is there a. Is there ever going to be like an opportunity for for like another role. And they said well. Hey listen the bartender is going to be leaving the resort where he was an actual like We of yeah playas condado. And they're like this is his last last year. He's working there and then he's gonna move on and start this tourism companies. So if you come this year will let you barten- next year. I said okay. Put it in writing. And i'll be there and then the next thing you know i was on a plane i i went and i had a good time. I dated a bunch of people and at that time. I think i was getting my bachelor audition They weren't sure who they were gonna pick. Let's see if wells can handle dating a bunch of people so i dated like three women in four days. The two rose ceremonies that break up with someone to call within. Like you know like seventy two hours and they were like p did not Flourish in this in setting so then. Yeah the next. The next year. I came back as the bartender. And the rest as they say is history but do you think he would have been a good bachelor. I mean listen. The romance aside the the parts about going on home dates. I mean you couldn't nail that that could have been pretty funny. Yeah i think that their apprehension with me was one. I wasn't traditionally like handsome like all the bachelors normally are. I'm not like chiseled. And mike have like abs from tit. The taint so like. I don't think that that like a lot of america would have been like ooh swoon. Over wells take my shirt off And also i think the other thing is that so much. I mean this season a paradise. I'm having to be serious. Because i'm i am the the emcee of these ceremonies and that's a very serious thing with so much of my persona because i was like the is the wacky morning show guy Has always been silly and those two shows the bachelor bachelorette yes. They are funny. But they're not funny for the lead They're funny for all the people that are dating. And i think that the apprehension was is that wells as default is humor instead of like emotion And being a super motive which is true. Which is why. I think that like i've done so well in paradise because that show is a comedy with yeah romance you know And so it worked out the way it was supposed to. I don't know if i would have been a good bachelor. I think i would have. I think i would have been funny. Like they would have had to figure out the key. Can't cut like all my i. Here's the thing. I would have been ripping on a lot of these people because like a lot of their. The things they say is insane. You know so. I think a lot of my interviews have been maybe being like. She's naked now. You know like what's going on. You know she's not top on anymore. But did you ever watch. Charlie o'connell season and so the probably the worst like bachelor nation guy. Because it's like. I didn't start watching really until i watched a little bit of juan carlos season. 'cause living with my sister at the time and then i watch ben season because i was like well. I know that the girl. I'm gonna date is on this thing so i better like what's going on Charlie o'connell season to this day to me is the best season because he was really funny about it. And it makes me.

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"wells" Discussed on Made of Mettle

Made of Mettle

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"wells" Discussed on Made of Mettle

"Hey there one. My name is ari in welcome to made of metals. A motivational podcast. Where retail stories about regular people overcoming insurmountable odds. So personally. I wanted to give a big. Thank you in shoutout to curious painter. The lovely review on apple podcasts. So sweet thank you so much for the kind words in rating it truly warmed my heart and i so appreciate your support. Thank you so much for listening. I love getting feedback from you guys to know that i'm doing the right thing or the wrong thing what it seems like. I'm doing the right thing. So i'm going to keep doing what i'm doing so thank you so much. I really appreciate it now. This week's story is one that i've known for most of my life and that i love sharing with any in everyone who wants to listen though. It's always the details and the little tidbits that i really enjoy learning about when revisiting an old favourite. Every time i tell the story. I always feel a sense of incredible for the freedoms that i'm allowed to have every single day also a renewed appreciation for the incredible strength in power in writing words in women to me stories. Carry a unique value. Something that is exclusive to the person listening are also thought this would be a great story to choose following. Our abraham lincoln series as the two lived during the same time period. So don't worry guys. I'll be covering non civil war related individuals in my next episode. We're actually going to pivot. In cover a music figure a music icon. So i wanted to be sure that from a great suggestion that i received that i'm covering the vast diversity in character in values that are available in all industries not just in the historic building of america. So please stay tuned for next episode but the individual in today's story was above all things daring in outspoken. their life's work centered around giving a voice to the silenced. And empowering the disenfranchised this person had to endure awful tragedies having everything they stood for challenged risking their life in limb just for the betterment of others and in spite of all the hate resistance they became one of the most iconic figures in our history for taking on generations of stereotypes and discrimination. These stories always get a bit close to home for me as well because i love to write in always appreciate a fellow author. So in today's episode we will be covering the impassioned the influential the inspiring ida b wells ida. B wells was born ida bell wells on july sixteenth eighteen sixty two in holly springs mississippi. Ida was the eldest. Born to james and lizzie wells. Who had seven other children. All were born in slaved as they lived on a plantation in mississippi whom or members of the confederacy during the civil war in the previous episode. We talked a bit about president. Lincoln's revolutionary decision to issue the emancipation proclamation on january. First eighteen sixty three during the civil war ida in her family were officially freed from slavery as they resided in a confederate state before either was one year old immediately following. The war was the pivotal reconstruction period with a divided territories of the union in the confederacy. Determine how they would begin to come back together as a single nation. Ida's parents were dutiful in diligence supporters of african american rights in particular the right to an education. Ida's father james was directly involved in starting in serving on the board of trustees for school for freed african americans that school rushed. College is still a notable inactive university. Today falling under the umbrella of historically black colleges and universities ida would begin her educational career at this school attending in her early teens. Sadly heartbreaking circumstances would find ida early on in life in eighteen seventy eight while visiting her grandmother. I learned harling news. Ida's mother father in her youngest sibling. Just an infant had passed away from yellow fever. Her parents sudden-death turn ida from a teenager with no children into a parent of six suffering from the grief and loss of one's parents. It would be understandable for a child to shy away in resist taking on a role with such incredible responsibility but did ida shy away from her obligation torture family. Absolutely not i realize that. She had to become the sole provider for herself in her siblings and planned for next steps. Accordingly ida dropped out of school in did the impossible. Although ida was in her early teens reportedly to be aged sixteen at the most of the time for parents death she was able to convince a local county administrator that she was eighteen years old and secured a job as a teacher. We can already see how her parents early influence lived on through artists dedication to education after a few years working in mississippi ardy decided to move her family to memphis tennessee or a close family member. Currently lives around eighteen. Eighty four upon her arrival in memphis ida was able to again secure work as a teacher and began taking classes at the nearby school of fisk university. Located in nashville. It was on one of her routine train. Rides from memphis to nashville that ida would experience a fateful event. That would light a fire in her. That could not be contained for the rest of her days on this particular day ida had purchased a first class ticket for her. Commute from memphis to nashville. When ida attempted to board the first clash train in sit in her paid for seat the train conductors demanded that she moved to another car that was designated for african americans. Ida as any sensible person would refused. She had paid for ticket and was rightly entitled to sit in her current place in first class naturally. The train operators became enraged. The nation was still so polarized after the civil war and although african americans were free they were not at all treated as human beings. Let alone equals who are afforded basic rights. A black woman such as ida standing up for herself with unacceptable to say the least ida was forcibly removed from the train. But not without a fight it was reported that ida was able to injure one of the men though. I'm sure not at all what was deserved based on her treatment. But i didn't stop the fight there. She filed a lawsuit against the train company and initially won the case and was awarded settlement after an appeal to the federal level. The case was overturned in the original verdict. Vacated idle lost her settlement and was ordered.

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"wells" Discussed on Made of Mettle

Made of Mettle

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"wells" Discussed on Made of Mettle

"In today's episode we will be covering the impassioned the influential the inspiring ida b wells ida. B wells was born ida bell wells on july sixteenth eighteen sixty two in holly springs mississippi. Ida was the eldest. Born to james and lizzie wells. Who had seven other children. All were born in slaved as they lived on a plantation in mississippi whom or members of the confederacy during the civil war in the previous episode. We talked a bit about president. Lincoln's revolutionary decision to issue the emancipation proclamation on january. First eighteen sixty three during the civil war ida in her family were officially freed from slavery as they resided in a confederate state before either was one year old immediately following. The war was the pivotal reconstruction period with a divided territories of the union in the confederacy. Determine how they would begin to come back together as a single nation. Ida's parents were dutiful in diligence supporters of african american rights in particular the right to an education. Ida's father james was directly involved in starting in serving on the board of trustees for school for freed african americans that school rushed. College is still a notable inactive university. Today falling under the umbrella of historically black colleges and universities ida would begin her educational career at this school attending in her early teens. Sadly heartbreaking circumstances would find ida early on in life in eighteen seventy eight while visiting her grandmother. I learned harling news. Ida's mother father in her youngest sibling. Just an infant had passed away from yellow fever. Her parents sudden-death turn ida from a teenager with no children into a parent of six suffering from the grief and loss of one's parents. It would be understandable for a child to shy away in resist taking on a role with such incredible responsibility but did ida shy away from her obligation torture family. Absolutely not

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"wells" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"wells" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"Wells fargo in a spotlight again and not a good one. I got a special warning for you about this giant monster megabank and later a ponzi scheme warning for you about ways you need to be careful even when you hire somebody who you think is a respected professional so wells fargo which i have long referred to as a criminal enterprise impersonating a bank and you know i've always offered wells fargo a chance to rebut that and say i'm being cruel or dishonest or whatever but there's silence from them it also turns out there's a lot of silence from wells fargo and doing what they were supposed to to take care of people that they cheated over the years with a variety of things that wells fargo engaged in where they cheated people on auto loans. They cheated people by create doing identity. Theft opening accounts is if they were the individuals so that people could reach bonus levels and things like that. I mean it's unbelievable. The things that have gone on at wells fargo will now. There's a brand new report that from bloomberg that both the office of the controller the currency. That's a federal agency that usually only kisses up to the banks and the consumer financial protection bureau have warned that new sanctions are coming to wells fargo because they have not complied with the settlements that they reached in cheating people. It also came out this week in barron's magazine that one of the key architects of fraudulent activity at wells fargo is claiming the fifth amendment the right against self-incrimination hundreds of times on questions asked and so far no-one wells fargo has gone to prison not a soul for engaging in wholesale fraud against customers..

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"wells" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories

Classic Ghost Stories

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"wells" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories

"Was there after all ever any green door in the wall. The tool i do not know i have told his story is he told it to me. There are times when i believe that wallis was no more than the victim of the coincidence between a rare but not unprecedented type of hallucination and the careless trap. The data deed is not my profoundest belief. You may think me superstitious if you will and foolish but indeed. I am more than half convinced that he had in truth an abnormal gift and the sense. Something i don't know what that in the guise of the wall and door offered him an outlet a secret and peculiar passage of escape into another and altogether more beautiful wound. at any rate. You will say it betrayed him in the end but did it betray him. They touch the in most mystery of these dreamers. These men of vision the imagination. We see our world fair in common. The hoarding and the pit by our daylight standing he walked out of security into darkness danger and death. But did he say it like that. Everybody wound during the wound. By herbert george wells hd wells and it is now the time of the podcast. When i tell you something about briefly about the author which of course you can glean yourself but just for convenience sake are just say something. He had save you the trouble so basically h. g. wells was born in eighteen. Sixty six in bromley. Kent which makes him a kentish man rather than the man of kent you may. Yeah he say this. Whenever i'm talking about cantey show because i'm fascinated by the by the distinction and my friend. John who has nam account now is about twenty five years ago. He from him and he told me about this very important distinction. If you've if you've from kentucky you live on one side of the river. Medway your amount man of kent and if you live on the other side you're kentish man and i think it's to the east that you're a kentish man so wells was from now. He's maybe amount of kent then. He later went. Had a big house in candidate folks to nothing so then they would have been the other side of the river. This is probably not very very important but to me. It's somehow keeps my attention. So he anita danica seventy nine and he's grant house at regent's park when he was a successful man. He's early. years were not prosperous. He's mother was a domestic servant so in those times in the mid eighteen hundreds even middle class his hunt servants house servants under the people who are bathroom at morrison's and his dad had being gardner as not not a professional gardener. But we see on the tv these days. But in fact a bloke who worked in in the gardens of a grand house but he was good cricketer eastbound and played for kent on play cricket for kent and then he supplemented these income with burning a sports shop sporting goods shop. But it didn't do very well so they didn't have very much money and apparently he's down was a free thinker on. His mother was a religious protestant so they they didn't get on so turbulent wells because they didn't have any money any money. He was put out as an apprentice as apprentice draper. But i think he worked in a in pots reasons stoke and he's early. Adult life was shifting around from job to job as an apprentice. Knee ended up. Teaching became a biology teacher and taught. Hey mill who's the author of winnie the pooh and she published in eighteen ninety three published. A textbook of biology. So he was quite. He's a genius. Really a wrote lots of very prolific writer and he married his cousin and he by the eighteen ninety five so that makes him About thirty nine. Maybe the muslim twenty-nine something like it. He yelm was writing of articles for periodical and started to write these books. I mean he's been so many famous books as world's keeps the history of mr polly an loads and loads the time machine. The tons of books by wells and that were very very popular is a good storyteller. As you've seen we'll talk something about the story shortly politically. He was a socialist and was actually interviewed. Lenin and stalin. And he wasn't completely uncritical of them. But he was quite uncritical of the money. I think he quite liked the soviet union. And this was before stalin's crimes were uncovered. And you remember the people in the nineteen thirties. So he was quite guy nineteen seventies. He knows times. They usually the communist or fascist. Really thinking men would have a communist fascists. Go on site. I mean that isn't strictly true. But there was a distinction and lots of people flocked to decide not might be hard for us to believe now when both of those documents have been found pretty repellent rally and killed millions and millions of people. Both of them. He also had diabetes and founded diabetic association. He was a tremendous womanizer. He had fazal lots and lots of women including maxim walkies girlfriend. I think he asked at murray him when she wouldn't so he was ever laterally. So this story is published in. The wall is quite famous. Short story of wells'. Now anita say something you know. We're reading this story on the classic ghost stories podcast. I suspect wells. Probably didn't have much sympathy for the spiritual and supernatural. He's a science fiction writer and of that stream of science fiction rights as a camera hard science serie and they go through the fifties joan wyndham and people like that that was brought a breeding. Really they believed in science so that did not much time for the woo. Woo wouldn't call it but this to me is quite a supernatural. A spiritual story. So what's it about. He wrote it when he was forty. Having his my suggest having a midlife crisis he had for as far as into religion and then repudiated them laze around but he wasn't a straight christine although he was influenced by christianity probe modern. If you would call themselves. I think he was an atheist by the end but Anyway so the story is about a young child's view of paradise. Now this is not the orthodox christian paradisea snow even the spiritualist paradise. But it's the most wonderful place to secret garden. This special place set away from the world. It almost like. can you know these these paradises. Oac's do occur. Ama- michael mock fan and he has his political tamil on this city set apart from the world. Which is the most wonderful beautiful place. And of course tolkien has the shaya and laurean and riven dell which are echoes of this. This wonderful paradise ical. That's the word place. So this guy. Wallace becomes a very bright young man and he has a tremendously successful. Korean becomes cabinet minister in the government at the end and in charge of one of the most important government departments. He was always as we hear from redmond. The guy's telling it to it was always very ambitious and so the first time and the only time he goes into the garden that we know of is a child and has wonderful experience. I think the woman the grey faced woman who doesn't show him. The book knows it always predestined. He's not going to come back to this garden so when he does take a peak at the future pages he sees this empty grey street..

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"wells" Discussed on The Viall Files

The Viall Files

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"wells" Discussed on The Viall Files

"Don't know if you know my stance on it so i don't but but i really amanda is is. I don't know that i have. I don't think i'm a team. Like mutual hurt hurt always means someone did something wrong. But to wells' point. About saying like greg didn't like does greg not know the show. I think it's i think. I view this as greg thinking that he was above the rules i think and i think katie helped him feel that way by giving him the first impression rose and then a one on one right away and my clearly reassuring him throughout this entire time. I think greg has felt separate from the show in a way that katy has allowed him to feel but that is ultimately causing him to judge her with unfair standards because she is still at the center of this and has obligation probably right and every almost every winter and sometimes. The runner-up feels that way. It's the only way the show works. You know when the person going through it is this like watches. The these other guys and girls go on dates. You're just like they don't have what we have. They can't they can't possibly have what we have and it's usually just one and sometimes two right like blake on mbeka season. Like i really empathize with blake. Like you know. I've i related to blake. When he was the runner up because that was a runner up. That like was like i what You know and i all that. But again i don't i can't relate to greg i'm just trying to. We're getting some perspective from chrissy. In like i think we're kind of dismissing the what their whole relation was based off at least from edit standpoint. Was this connection of this. Mutual loss of their fathers and rear reminded this episode of just how unsettled and unresolved. These emotions are for greg. And so i get katie's role as the bachelorette and while she was stuck between a rock and a hard place. When greg was when i reacted the most katie gave greg when he was like. Nah i'm done. Was i'm gonna leave if you leave so like you're right. Greg forced her hand. And maybe that's unfair. It's unfair from a show standpoint for greg to force katie's hand because she has a job to do i i feel for katie there but we are talking about real feelings in real people and for all the doubts people have about like whether the shows real or not. You saw greg having real feelings and why didn't katie. Just say fuck it. I love you and if okay if she doesn't want so you just said these are real people with real feelings and i think that like what's being lost in translation here is. There's now two other guys that are being like just thrown out in the wake of this whole thing and so. I think that katy is trying to be conscientious. Conscientious of those people. Sure and the problem is is that they're watching this back. I don't know what happens with katie. And who she picks her if she picks anybody but if she's having to watch his back with with someone that she picks whether it's justin or blake or i don't know maybe michael. I don't know how it happened. Thomas mix resurgence whatever. This is the worst thing in the world for their relationships like enschede full full stop period and i think that she may be is so much of a fan of the show that she knew that this is an issue and she didn't want she was thinking about that. You know going forward. I kind of applaud her for for trying to have the foresight of not wanting to hurt a bunch of other people as the lead of the show. One hundred percent. You are totally right. I mean i joke. I still have neck problems from the stress. That i had when i was down to my final three. Yeah and i knew. I was gonna pick vanessa but i was. I felt a real close bond real close in so much respect for rachel in raven. I was so empathetic especially raven. I mean i was a two-time runner-up i got crushed. And i said this over and over. I related mortar with raven vanessa. Like i'm about to do to raven what i thought like i. I just couldn't. I was so angry at the time with andy and caitlyn so like i had such empathy for raven that i was so in my head about like just being so from being the bachelorette i total. You're absolutely right with katie. That but that that that solidifies greg's point of view and all greg is a saying as like i just don't care about the show right around come at me for saying i should have known what i signed up for. But if katie. In that moment because i will tell you minus all the empathy. I wanted a half raven and vanessa if raven pulled a greg right and forced my hand right Or i'm sorry vanessa. If vanessa forced my hand i would been like fuck it. I'm sorry per show. So i'm sorry. This is my life. i love her. I am not letting her leave. I love you. i don't care sumi. If if i literally would have done whatever i had to do to get vanessa to stay and we can criticize grade for not playing by the rules and fucking up the show and maybe being selfish and all these things one hundred percent or throwing a temper tantrum. But it's also proving his point that like key is strong as greg feels for katie. Katie doesn't feel the same way to greg that was ultimately greg's point is she. I know she doesn't feel the same way i feel about her. Well i also wonder. If the way that he reacted to the whole thing changed the way she felt about him is it does come. It does come off a little like a kid having a tantrum. And it's like well. That's not very sexy. Dude like buckle in boys any kind of said that she hasn't said that i mean maybe not yet. Yeah she. I feel like she gave him a lot more positive. Ask permission than any other. Bachelorette that i've seen in a very long time holton. Cassie that we can throw that one out. I don't even remember that season but legs coal. But that's i mean you talk about changing ben hagan's fucked it up so to speak. Yeah you see colton and cassie these days or all that but in that moment colton showed you and was well revered like love for it that he prioritized what mattered most to him over the show and he showed us. We've we've seen chris. Chris harrison has given multiple interviews in the past where you know they've always teased wilt. You can you think you. do you want to quit. The show and chris has been like if you want to quit. We can quit you know. And chris has always said that in the past and went and bachelor like yeah okay. Whatever you're not going to end the show but no like they'll adjust they'll figure it out and colton proved that by saying fuck it no..

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"wells" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"wells" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Is sean wells dot com or an instagram at sean wells. And that's s. h. a. w. n. w. e. l. l. s. sean walls. All right sean. We were talking about supplements We were talking about. How do you know what a good supplement is. We talked about trusted brands. We talked about proprietary bland's Did full transparency lay full transparency. Labeling did we do. We touched on that. But is there anything else that you want people to know about full transparency. Yeah i mean it just gets down to again like the. I think the trusted brands like that's going to be like they're not going to have the ridiculous claims they're not going to have. The proprietary blends are going to have the quality control. They're going to have a label that makes sense is clear is full disclosure. You see that genus and species of the irv you see the standardization. If it's like standardized for you know some active like jensen aside if jin thing and you know you see the plant part. It's the rooch and you see the dose and all of that is clear and then i like to see like a lot less ingredients because it's if people don't know the exact show something should be in it it at least a good sign that if there's like three to six ingredients maybe that's like that they're in there for good reason. They have complementary mechanisms of action meaning like they. There's synergy when put these ingredients together. I don't like to see like let's say a blood. Sugar product then has twelve herbs that all supposedly work on blood sugar. It's like well. What are they all doing in there. And are they all at an effective dose. Because you really like if they all work on the same mechanism then there should be one of them. Whatever one's the best and is fully does just put that in right. They work on different mechanisms of action. Okay like let's put those in and and they can all work together in concert and have synergy but at some point there's too many ingredients and it just becomes marketing fluff I like to look for like less. Ingredients is more usually like you like to say kitchen sink.

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"wells" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"wells" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"This is bernadette with junior in the mix broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheart media as well as in southern california on. Abc news talk. How you doing today junior doing good little. We'll yeah yeah i. I've had a lot of allergies this year. My voice gets like that too often on the air. But how's your bachelorette or bachelor days. How they going. It's going pretty good my A friend of mine. This was kind of funny. He invited me out yesterday to go. Watch the us men's soccer game right. So i was like oh cool. I don't really watch soccer. Browse i cool. It's the olympics. Whatever so i went with him and we we get there and he goes oh man. This post was from a day ago. The game was yesterday so we just hung out had a couple of wings. A couple of drinks and Just call up a little bit so it was nice i. I'm missing the kids. I'm at the point now. Where i'm i want my family back. That's i get it though it is you know. And that's that's a you know a family's everything you know. I'm your half italian. I'm italian you know how that goes. We're big on the family and the spaghetti the bread and the sopranos. Watch goodfellas yesterday to you. Did you ask You know there's so many great movies out there. There are in it's so funny security. What's your all time. Favorite is good foul. Yeah i've i've got the actual I've got some still pictures from the actual movie. They're all nicely framed in my office. And stuff like i love that movie. Yeah no it's a great movie. Well speaking of great movies. We've got a guy who's on the whole show here today. That sean wells. He loves movies. So sean before he introduce you. I'm going to ask you what your all time. Favorite mob movie gangster movie. Goodfellas is a great movie but This one is actually one where he plays. A latino character know you're probably thinking scarface but now i think i thinking oh my gosh it just went out of my head is is like one of my all favorites. I just thought i. It's it's just so the character. Arc is just so heavy. It's not it's not just about action. It's really front and center on elite began to and And that's just a a masterful movie about you know the cost of love and It's it's just beautiful. I i love the movie One of my all time favorites and there's a lot of them and you're one of my all time favorites to have on the show. Sean wells but let me introduce you for people that maybe haven't heard you for the first time There's a hearing you today. So sean wells is on my gosh..

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"wells" Discussed on Cults

Cults

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"wells" Discussed on Cults

"Structure tuck just off the main road where they could gather for worship according to locals though the church of wells didn't stop there. They seemed adamant to buy as much property as possible as soon as they dropped anchor. Tommy durham alochol. Recall that they were going around town to any empty house and knocking on doors. Asking neighbors is this house. for sale. One of the many buildings church of wells procured upon its arrival was an. Rn are mercantil. The town's only grocery store having control over the only goods for miles gave the church of wells a powerful presence over the town not only that but it gave several of the church members who had uprooted their lives to come to wells a place to work to finance these countless purchases. The church relied on offerings from their devoted congregation while sean later told a local. Abc news station. He didn't require members to surrender anything to him. It seems likely that members felt obligated to the church he'd made his father was devotion to the church. Unshakable despite the expansion members of the church of wells attempted to make a good first impression on the town they rode bikes around town to introduce themselves and their message. When the church was still new to wells and eighty four year old widow intone welcomed in a few young missionaries who came to her door. Initially their interactions were kind spirited. They engaged in neighborly trade between biblical conversations. She served them coffee in the missionaries offer. Groceries and return but no one in the church could sit idly by and allow a supposed christian to remain lost much like the elders who preached on soap-boxes. The church members unleashed a tirade on the widow when she told them about the televangelists she watched daily. The church members attacked her demanding. That these tv preachers were false prophets. If she didn't repent she go to. Hell bent up their aggression. She told them that they were no longer welcome in her home when they told her she was going to die. She replied you are to. The group may have found a home in wells but it soon became clear that there wasn't much settling in their settling down. They hadn't given up their old ways instead. They continued using the game plan. They developed as touring street preachers. The church of wells made a point to stir up trouble as a means of spreading their gospel. They want the streets bibles clutched in their hands preparing to preach at the drop of a hat. They rode their bikes late into the night ranting about damnation something that struck other townsfolk immediately as odd in response to these actions. Some locals feared that the church was cult trying to envelop the town and erase any traces of what existed before they argued that wells lack of law enforcement made them an easier town to pray on but whilst mayor cw williams was willing to give the church of wells the benefit of the doubt while abstaining from any plans to inject into the operations of the new church you only voiced his dislike. The use of the town's name as its moniker. Hoster david goodwin of wells. Val the united methodist church felt much the same way he didn't believe they had the intention or voting strength to take over the town but questioned the name. He worried that when someone heard the name church of wells they would infer that everybody and wells must go there to get a better understanding of the group. Goodwin spent a long evening with several members of the church of wells during an event with his methodist church. He found several members playing basketball with his youth group. Worried by what they were saying to the children and preteens. The posture invited them inside for a warm meal and a conversation after five and a half hours in their presence he cemented his stance on them. He came away from that meeting with a certainty that the members of the church of wells believed in god of wrath. Nada god of love from this moment on goodwin pelt hesitant about the church throughout the town. There was a growing sense of worry. The church slowly grew in size and seemingly became more cloistered in the process. One resident of wells found a wall of dissent when they attempted to attend one of the church of well services. Church members told her that she couldn't just show up out of nowhere before attending. They said she'd have to first take studies. They were selective with who they let into their flock and few wells locals made the cut apparently. Interestingly the group's actions closely followed along with something called the bite model first posited bhai cult expert. Stephen hasson bite stands for behavior information. Thought and emotional control. This includes the dictation of appearance imposing rigid rules requiring permission for decisions and exploiting your subject financially within the bite model the leader restricts the intake of those who oppose their views contact with non members is restricted as part of an intricate process to influence. How a person thinks feels and acts. The elders are certainly flexing their control. But to the roughly two hundred congregants of the church of wells. Nothing seemed amiss. Urologist trying to follow the word of god so they could be saved and the trio at the top helped. Secure it the worry in the town continued to simmer in the first few months of two thousand twelve. The elders did little to ease local concerns and there appeared no way to stop the growth of the congregation then in may of two thousand twelve things in wells boiled over when news of a shocking death reached the locals at four. Am on may twenty seventh. Authorities received a nine one one call from the wells manor apartments a three day old baby had died when they arrived to investigate. Sheriff's deputies found the body of faith personally lying in a bassinet in the master bedroom of the apartment along with their parents. Several members of the church of wells were there including some of the elders everyone cooperated and explained what happened. According to them faith had trouble nursing and immediately seemed in declining health to save her the group decided to fervently pray over her in hope that god might shine his grace down on her and bring healing. unfortunately their prayer didn't seem answered that one. Pm on may twenty six. She quietly passed away however in a failed attempt to bring her back. The faithful continued to pray over her body. Only after fifteen hours of being unsuccessful they called authorities to reveal her death over the following days. The news of faiths passing sent shockwaves throughout the town. Nearly every worry about the church seemed confirm some even questioned if something more sinister had happened to faith in the subsequent autopsy however investigators found that faith had died of natural causes. She had had pulmonary valves to know cysts which caused her heart to have trouble pumping blood. It later came out that faiths mother hadn't been receiving prenatal care and hadn't been aware of any of face problems. No one ever face charges faiths death instead the community viewed her death as tragic though likely preventable for the church of wells fates death opened them up to even more criticism than before yet. The elders didn't seem concerned and instead doubled down on their insular and strict biblical ways. One recruit was twenty six year old. Catherine grove a devout woman. One year. Younger than sean and ryan. She i run into the group two years before at a bible translating conference in two thousand ten since then she regularly communicated with the church online recently. She studied nursing to help her grandfather through his battle with leukemia but after his death she felt lost she was overtaken by cynicism toward the world that matched up to that of sean ryan jacobs so she decided to start over in wells in july. Two thousand twelve. Catherine left behind oliver possessions in arkansas and headed for wells. Little did she or the elders.

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"wells" Discussed on Cults

Cults

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"wells" Discussed on Cults

"I'm greg pulsing and i'm vanessa. Richardson and this is called a spotify original from podcast every tuesday. We look at cults practices their leader and their followers. You can find all sorts of cults and all other spotify originals from park house for free on spotify or wherever. You listen to podcasts. this week. We're taking a deep dive into the early. Years of the church of wells in texas will focus on the beginnings and beliefs of founders. Sean morris ryan ringwald and jacob gardner before they packed everything and migrated to the town. They now call home next week. We'll cover the controversies that surrounded the church of wells as they grew increasingly insular including the case of catherine grove. Missing person who ended up at the church of wells. We have all that coming up. Stay with us hi listeners. Here's an important update about our show beginning. august second. Cults is moving exclusively spotify. Being a part of the spotify family means that we're able to bring you more indepth then exciting content than ever before and we can't wait for you to check it out mystery manipulation murder. Don't miss any of it. All you have to do is download the spotify app for free and search colts. Give it a follow and start enjoying. That's it and did i mention. It's all free. Thank you so much for tuning into colts each week. We look forward to seeing you exclusively on spotify starting august second. This episode is brought to you by an espresso rewrite your relationship with mornings make them brighter and exceptional moments for yourself safer every morning. When this press over show with coffee is meant to be discovering espresso. Virtual machines agnes bresso dot com. This episode is brought to you by casper when it comes to a better night's sleep casper's new cooling collection. Has you covered casper's mattresses with new snow. Technology hyper late sheets lightly do vase and breathable mattress. Protector are all designed to work together to prevent overheating. And keep you cool and comfortable focus on tomorrow. Let caspar handle the rest. Explore all casper products mattresses sheets pillows and more at casper dot com in churches. All across the world people from all walks of life joined together to form community. They're bound by purpose. Faith and hope at the head sits a humble pastor who axes spiritual shepherd meant to guide the congregation forward yet una cajun. Sometimes the ones meant to lead we'll take their followers down a dangerous path. This was the case in the church of wells named for the small texas town. It resided in and led by three charming twenty-something elders in a wooden building sean morris a young lanky preacher wanted to keep his flock close. You often recited luke fourteen twenty six if anyone comes to me and does not hate father and mother wife and children brothers and sisters. Yes even their own life. Such a person cannot be my disciple from his account. Sean morris had been a christian for as long as he could remember spreading. The word of god ran in the family. His uncle great uncle and great grandfather were all preachers and his grandparents taught sunday school yet. At a certain point in his childhood sean felt empty. The religion that so many of his relatives profess to follow seem like a hollow facade. This became especially apparent in the early nineteen nineties. Shaun's father worked in the oil industry and moved his family around the world for his career. The more sean saw the world the more disappointed he became an his family's faith. They seem to ignore god's eternal judgment. Sean found his family's christianity lifeless and heartless and deemed them godless christians and practical atheists blending in among the masses to sean. They were only outwardly facing christians who didn't follow the high standards set by the bible instead. His family was quote void of any obedience to god. He refused to continue in their path. So when the family finally settled. Down in texas sean entered high school at lutheran south academy a religious prep school in houston there hardcore religious inclinations. Were firmly rooted. According to a childhood friend sean would always pick out very specific versus about fire and brimstone. He completely missed everything about love for gentleness. In two thousand and four. During his senior year sean spent countless hours independently studying the bible. What resonated the most with him was the concept of biblical liberalism for the belief that unless specifically noted as a metaphor everything in the bible should be taken literally and the only way to avoid damnation was strict repentance. Vanessa's going to take over the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or a psychiatrist but we have done a lot of research for this show. thanks greg while there's nothing inherently wrong with biblical liberalism like anything in this world. When taken to the extreme the results can be harmful. Dr blake victor kent and assistant professor of sociology at westmont college said in an interview with forbes that people who take the bible literally tend to perceive of god more as a person who can be interacted with. You can talk to god. He hears you. he talks back. Can't explain that biblical literalist grounds the roles of prophets in the bible. He said this is how the bible presents god. he's a being that talks to prophets and prophets. Talk back therefore. It's easy to see how someone who subscribes to biblical liberalism may feel that their deep connection to god might actually be a calling to further is commitment to christianity in the fall of two thousand. Four sean enrolled does a religion major at baylor university in waco but his fellow students lacked conviction. They weren't much different from his own family yet. That didn't dampen shawn's faith instead. It seemed to galvanize it. Then sean was spurred to action. One brisk morning eighteen year. Old sean morris placed the weight of his lanky frame upon a milk crate there. He preached to students in front of the tidwell bible building with a bullhorn in his hand. He shared sermons damnation at interrogated. Fellow students about their faith for sean. It was to proselytize and bring people closer to god lou others. It often felt like harassment in an interview with texas monthly one classmate recalled sean asking him how much he hated himself when he accepted.

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"wells" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"wells" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

"Knowing that you're eight hundred dollar wrench check is gonna clear no problem but because wells fargo had moved that money into a different account bom the customer would accidentally overdraft and have to pay a fee. And who would that fee to wells fargo. Of course this happened to tons of people. I'm not one to say. I told you so but if i was i would say again guys. Never opt into overdraft protection eight will by y'all in the ass if you can believe it. It gets worse. According to cnn wells fargo employees also submitted applications for more than five hundred sixty five thousand credit card accounts without their customer's knowledge or consent and roughly fourteen thousand of those accounts incurred more than four hundred thousand dollars in fees including annual fees interest charges and overdraft protection.

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"wells" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"wells" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"See it also has a at with. Its latest move. Wells fargo warn customers at the account. Closures may have an impact on your credit score. So you guys are saying that can continue to pay. I don't think so. I actually don't think you can continue to pay because remember if you look at this and i did this when i was a collection agent those pages of documents they you signed for those loans. You give the bank access to all kinds of abilities. Here's an example. I forgot the actual name of the maneuver. But when i worked as a collection agent we had the ability if you had a bank loan and end a checking account in the same bank. Let's say at wellsfargo. You had a loan out for a car and you had a checking account and you were thirty one. Thirty two days late. We could check your checking. We can look at your checking account and if you had enough to pay the bill. Guess what we did. We took your money and paid the bill. We get calls from angry. Why do i have to do dollars in my bank account. I gotta eat this week and people would go. Listen bro. you're thirty days late. We took the money to pay your bill. You don't understand a collection. Agent is somebody that collects on past due bills home loans. Car loans are the most personal lines of of Personal lines of credit things like that. It didn't happen a lot because at least in my group because my the the manager who ran my group d felt gross when he did it sometimes though he gave all through we had to get authorization from from our manager to pull that trigger. And that's just an example. When you sign those pages they can't just close the line of credit. Sounds like they're gonna sounds like there's going to be some passage in that legal ease. They you and i don't read. That gives them the ability to shut down these accounts whenever they want. Because they're not going to be like. Oh by the way this might impact your credit if they're going to allow you to continue to make payments they're shutting the suckers down without question another part of the frequently asked questions asserted that the account closures couldn't be reviewed or reversed. So you're gonna shut down your account. Let's see you need access to that. And you're done we apologize for the inconvenience. This line of credit closure will cause the account closure is final. It is final now. I wells fargo. Is playing this off like all wells because we did this stupid stuff earlier and now we got. I don't think so because they've been allowed the it was twenty eighteen at the fed. Did this so they were allowed to prosper for four years three years. Sorry math is hard for me now. They're shutting everything down if it was such a huge deal. Let me say this if it was such a huge deal at the time. Why didn't they not offer personal lines of credit. Why did they not do any of these things before..

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"wells" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"wells" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Thirty for thirty treatment. Because i've been saying for a long time that those trailblazers were blazing a lot more than trails. Those were unapologetically black basketball teams independent. They turned up the volume on their personalities. And didn't care how you received. They were really ahead of their times. And so bonzi wells and rasheed. Wallace having new podcast. Let's get technical with rasheed. Wallace in bonzi wells. It's on the ball. Is life podcast. Network and bonds with us now and one of the reasons that i wanted to have rashid on was to show people that he has more of a personality than angry guy because he got more technical fouls than anyone. I wanted to cover with bonzi some of the experience of being a member of the trailblazer because that team should have won a championship. It felt like you guys were so close bonzi and people think that it was character issues or whatever nonsense it was. It was a lot of things i feel. It was that that team wasn't uniquely together because it seemed like you guys were against the world in ways that were real and before the race dynamics that have played out in america. You guys were telling everyone to go off early will definitely you know first of all appreciate you. Happy all minimum boy seat and giving us some love. But you know. And we should have one two or three championships. Honestly you know people forget about the ninety nine championship that we should have one and a in a lockout shortened season top of the two thousand championship. But you know you right now for like we were ahead of our time but it just the difference between times is that the voices were different. You know we didn't have a voice back then we didn't have voice really tell people who we are and we know. People took their information from the paper. I'ma listen to the paper on telling these guys baboor's wild it crazy thugs. And that's how people perceived us announced the perception around the world for us and honestly man we didn't we didn't really give back then when we were playing. Because it's like y'all somebody got be the bad boys we're not too bad. We we of position ourselves like the bad boys in the late eighties. A nine hundred. We want to beat those guys that we loved it but we didn't really understand the ramifications four in terms of race. Only you know the the whole racially profiling the jail blazers term. We didn't really understand how big that was till we got older. It was like whoa whatever. It really wasn't cool. Your name right is associated with sort of a time period and it or jail blazers than trailblazers. When i think of you. I think of a dude who was unapologetic and teams. That are super bad ass. But i'm surprised to hear you say you didn't feel the pressure and the weight of that because it seemed from afar like it would be really unpleasant no matter how strong you were of character way. Know i was young. You know when you're young and dumb. You know what. I'm saying you don't really you know you don't really philly you. I got older. I got a chance to really understand. You know what was going on. When i was young and we was just who been. We're winning fifty five to sixty games a year everywhere we went. You know the buzz about us. And we'd love the attention of it but we didn't understand how bad the negative attention were. we didn't. I didn't really understand the history of portland oregon the way they kind of do the media the the the racial disparity throughout the years there. I didn't really understand that part of it. Because i'm from indiana so indiana could be called somewhat of a racist stadium so i don't really kinda give higher low when it comes to the racial people kind of stay neutral so i really get too caught up in a but as time go on people started showing the especially the media. Got the show on us. How they felt about us in now ended up being the demise of the blaze was because of a media was portland city and portland. The media embarrassed by you. I think the media put the city in a position to be embarrassed because the the the the the media always robust of about us. You know like. I are one day. I was like you know like russia watson. Go ahead thirty five points. Have a great game lead us. Do everything right. But then they will always write a by received. Play great but don't forget a year ago. He got caught in a yellow hummer smoking weed. It was always like you a guy high and they always put us back down into the mud and that's just what it was. It never gave the fans a chance to really just appreciate us because they always painted that negative senior here. That team was high a lot right another way another way you were ahead of the time because it must be amazing to you to see all of these cathedrals fall now like you guys were always baked where you not. I mean you gotta understand. Smoke lead is nothing. You know people. We don't even look at it as a drug. You know it is crazy. I tell people like they've vilified us as a team for smoking weed and ice attorney tell the nba from back in the date. Is that guy vilify marijuana which born find basically alcohol because they're telling us don't do this but go to the club and drink alcohol. What you're gonna make some bad decisions crazy stuff what you should have a smoking weed where we're chilling our windows. Be off our feet play. Some cards gives eating relax. Relax your mind..

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"wells" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"wells" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"Bursts. They've shown that this is much more effective for or fat loss. body composition. Changes begin literally accomplish more than six minutes than you can in a full hour of cardio and when your body is pushed to that threshold That's where adam takes place as just like you know if I mean with anything with any type of of of it's called for maecenas body is challenged like through. Agitation comes adaptation Jenna positive way than it will adapt natta really doesn't take with typical cardio. You're burning calories. You're moving your body which are good things. But you're really forcing the body to like say. Oh my god we we need to really change like our metabolic systems. We need to have greater buffering to have greater coverage. Lead to have more muscle mass. We need to have better storage of glaswegian like we need to do all this stuff. We need more vo. Two max we while this because we're really pushed to the limit that only happens at that high threshold into i. I love that and that's such a good explanation of why that really works in helps our body. Thank you for sharing that Routines the utah can in one of your chapters about really having good morning evening. Why is that well first of if you look at most successful people tim ferriss has looked at and his tools of titans all the people that he interviewed at two things in common. They had a great morning routines and then they had like an experimenter's mindset where they believed that you win or you learn. It's not you win or you lose. And so that's something that into the growth as well bed with with morning routines. It's so important to set the tone for the day instead of you waking up to a harsh alarm clock. Bright lights And then you just grabbing your coffee and donuts and rushing out the door and facing traffic an having me your music cranked up and making sure you get your sugar and caffeine. Because you're tired and then you go into organ in any of emails to do and it's overwhelming and people are yelling at you and you just sinking into the day the day on you. You can start your day where you on the day where you have like wind chimes come in on an app or on a on a clock slowly get you know louder and a little closer together you can have that lights up a little bit brighter over a period of time so that the chimes and the light you know bring you into the day then you can start doing some basic breath breath work for a minute or two and you can do some some gratitude whether it's prayer or gratitude general or whatever take one two three four minutes. It's not hard and then you know deuce couple minutes of stretching and then and and where are you at now on your day. This is like such a different day. Just some basic things. You don't have to get into like these thirty minute our routines. That can be great especially working out or you know you're walking the dog or you know you're doing things that could be really good listening to podcast in the morning. Educating yourself an audible books whatever it is. That could be amazing right. I'm just saying like kenny. Take ten minutes a whole lot. Better start boils down to choice. you know. we have the ability to empower ourselves to decide. Exactly how are is going to be. And if you don't like the way your day is going you can always choose to restart it In you know no one says that your day has to start at six. Am or eight. Am you want your your day to start again at eleven. Am you've got that ability to do. That agreed agreed. Yeah that's perfect. There's so many golden nuggets in this book. Everybody you need to go. Get the energy. Formula from sean wells. You can get it for ninety nine cents at energy formula dot com. I'm shawn you have been such an amazing guest. And i'm gonna give you the final word here but i've got one final question that i asked mike gas is what would be your best toxin-free lifestyle tip okay. I'm gonna say this. I'm going to say that i think with all the cool biohacking Heading into the future with epigenetics. And and i just trans cranial electric stimulation with ketamine and oxytocin and all the things they know how to do that are covered in the book. Some of the coolest things are getting back out into nature and doing grounding you putting your feet on the ground and getting those ions from the ground by breathing that fresh air by getting the sunshine vitamin d by connecting with the world and the microbiome of the world not only the microbiome of other people but of animals Of the ground of everything. There's bacteria everywhere that's good for us to interact with. All these things are are healthy fresh interact with and i think just getting that sunshine like our circadian rhythm is set by a sunshine and darkness and so getting that sun first thing in the morning in these things are very basic and are free and we should all be doing them. That is a fantastic tip. Thank you for sharing that. What would you like to wrap us up with. Final thoughts sean. I'm going to give the floor to well. The energy formula is something that i'm really proud of and it is. It is only ninety nine cents through april first and then it's going to go up to ten bucks and there is a hardcover book available thirty nine ninety nine a cost me thirty nine eighty to make it because i did it in full color. With all the diagrams. Really nice print pages the whole thing. I wanted it to be cool. I just recorded the audible. So that'll be coming out in a couple months very proud of this. And i answer all these questions if you have any questions on direct message on on instagram. I'm at sean wells And i love taking the time to help people. This has been twenty years in the making. It's everything i've learned everything. I know and some just excited. This isn't about making money. There there will be no money made. I've spent a lot of money on this whole that. It's it's about changing lives and and that's what that's what truly excites me Change in lives in changing the world. Sean you've been such a fantastic guest. We wish you much success with your passion here and we want everybody to go to energy. Formula dot com. Thank you you. That's all for this episode of the toxin terminator and we hope we've helped you remove hidden. Toxins in your life or renewed. 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